Here is a quick list of the different types of memory found within a typical computer workstation / server. SRAM (Static RAM) DRAM (Dynamic RAM) DRAM DRAM DRAM DRAM DRAM DRAM DRAM - SIMM SIMM DIMM DIMM DIMM DIMM DIMM RIMM - - - SDR SDRAM DDR(1) SDRAM DDR2 SDRAM DDR3 SDRAM DDR4 SDRAM - … Continue reading A Computer Memory Primer
Within the Microsoft Environment, Remote VPN Client Computers do not register themselves within DNS. Additionally, DHCP entries are attributed to “RAS” rather than the host name of the clients. This means that remotely administering a VPN Client machine using the Host Name isn’t going to be possible. However, I did have some success using the … Continue reading Remote Administration of VPN Client Computers
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If you run into problems trying to Re-Install or Upgrade Sage Contruct, it is often neccesary to completely remove the existing Installation. The following text describes how to completely remove Sage Construct from a Workstation:  Uninstall all "R5" Programs using Control Panel  Uninstall the "Construct" Program Using Control Panel  Use the "Windows Installer Cleanup" Utility to … Continue reading Uninstalling Sage Construction
To search for an object within Active Directory using a Windows XP Workstation, open Windows Explorer => "Right Click" My Network Places => Select "Open" => Click "Search Active Directory."
If you are running Small Business Server 2008, your users may be tired of the system constantly resetting their Internet Explorer "Home Page" back to http://companyweb. This feature can be disabled by starting up the "Group Policy Management" Console (gpmc.msc) and then editing the "Windows SBS User Policy" GPO . The setting you need to change can be found … Continue reading Disabling the “http://companyweb” Annonyance
Microsoft Virtual PC includes a "Shared Folder" facility to enable the Guest Operating System to access files on the Host's Hard Disk Drive. This seems to work fine for small files, but I recently discovered this to be extremely unreliable when transferring very large files. In my case, this was "forklifting" 5GB worth of Exchange Server Database files. … Continue reading WARNING: “Shared Folders” and Microsoft Virtual PC